The role of symmetry and symmetry breaking in all fields of physics can be discussed.
t Often promissing active molecules are abbandoned as they can not fulfilled their therapeutic objetives due to unappropriate formulations. The scope of this group is to find the best formulation to deliver active molecules to the intented targets. To achieve that it is intended to compare conventional formulations with nanoformulations, made from lipic and polymeric raw materials. A platform of nanotecnologies as toolls to fromulate any kind of molecules of the Action will be created.
This group has been created for the researchers working on Atmospheric and Cryospheric processess. Here we can share our findings and help other to anlyse the remote sensing data. Share with the like minded people the algorithms and methods for benifit of the society.
Mutualistic symbiosis is a widespread phenomenon in nature in which the partner species benefit mutually. Symbioses between microorganisms, usually bacteria and eukaryotic hosts, have been extensively studied in recent years, taking advantage of the advances in computational and omic technologies (genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics), and systems biology (modelling metabolic networks and host-symbiont interactions). In the evolutionary history of symbiosis, there are cases where the eukaryotic host harbours one or few intracellular symbionts (endosymbionts), others where the host lives with a multitude of species located in the intestine or in other organs (ectosymbionts) and, finally, although not as frequent, the case of hosts that harbour both endo- and ectosimbionts.
The objective of the present Special Issue of Life is to bring together original research and reviews on the evolution of microbial mutualistic symbioses, in which two or more prokaryote species and a eukaryotic host are integrated at the behavioral, metabolic and genetic level. The broad scope of this Special Issue encompasses studies focused on every perspective on mutualistic symbiosis, including:
Prof. Dr. Amparo LatorreDr. Rosario Gil Guest Editors